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Addressing The Social And Political Problems Of Negros Masses 

Negro is a word used to refer to the black people in the United States. Most black people in the United States were slaves during the colonial era. Black people were removed by white men in Africa to go and work on their farms. The main political parties (Capitalist) in America are Republican and Democratic. When a politician from these parties is holding a campaign, they have agreed not to address any matters regarding Negros’.

The Workers Party of America (Communist) has come out with its head high to hold campaigns addressing the Negro problems of social and political equality and discrimination. States in the southern side are disturbed by the communist party organization of Negro masses to call for social and political equality (Washington. 2015). The campaigns are widespread, and papers are distributed everywhere to call upon black people to gather and fight for their rights. The communist spokesperson promised the Negro to tackle their problems which caused the meeting to be cut short in the city of Arizona, Texas, a meeting that attracted a large number of Negro.

The organs of government terrorism and the police gather in every state raging war against communists as it’s the only party addressing the Negro question. The campaign in 1928 for communists addressing the oppressed Negro masses made the speakers, organizers, and those vying for president, vice president, and governor positions put in prison. The Communist party drafted principle demand for the Negro masses that were oppressed, citing: the end of racial discrimination, thus granting Negros’ full social and political equality. Jim claws laws of Negros to be abolished which denies them the right to sell and rent apartments. Allow children who are black to attend both public schools and public universities. Allow intermarriages between the Negros and the white people. Give equal treatment to the Whites during employment, for example, wages, working hours, and working conditions. Allow the Negro to be heard in court. Allow the black people to dine in restaurants the same as the white people. Allow the Negros to become members of trade unions.

The white people have put measures in place to bring a solution to the Negro problem. The government of America can decide to send back Negros ‘to their home country, known as repatriation. The case of repatriation once happened in Liberia, where citizens residing in Ghana have returned to their motherland. Negro mass action to demand equal rights, the white settlers may opt to return the black people to their motherland, Africa. This may give the white settlers peace of mind in their own country. The Liberian that are returned to their motherland complains that living as a refugee life is better than living in their country. The black people in America have food, and returning to Africa may experience hunger and finally die. The Negros should appreciate what the white man gives them to buy their stay in America (Washington. 2015).

Arming white settlers will bring fear among the Negros and also lead to mass murder. Some Negro are stubborn and brave, at the time the white man is away will find a path to the house and steal the guns. The presence of arms will lead to spilling the blood of innocent people, women, and children. Guns make the white settlers feel safe as they believe black people will harm them and take away their properties.

The presence of police to keep an eye on the Negro is going to reduce mass action against discrimination and call upon equal social and political rights, thus bringing peace to the streets. Both night and day patrols reduce Negro movements, thus making sure no meetings to plan for mass protests in the streets.

Essay Question

The United States of America has made the Caribbean a democratic country by abolishing laws set by rulers who acquired power by using force. Militaristic and authoritarian leaders’ creation has not been possible due to United States involvement. The United States military officials removed all senior officials from the Dominican Republic. America prevented the USSR from taking control of the Caribbean back in the 1980s. Communism is much opposed by Americans. Thus, this makes them use full force against the USSR ruling the Caribbean’. During World War II, the Caribbean Commission was established to help build roads and boost the production of food. The United States brings well-trained teachers to help citizens get equipped with education. (Loyd, Mitchell-Eaton, and Mountz. 2016).

The Monroe Doctrine, Roosevelt Corollary, good neighbor policy, and alliance for progress are introduced by America to make the Caribbean a better place and to make it the number one priority. Health clinics are built in the Dominican Republic. Back in 1983, American forces invaded Grenada. As a result impeachment of ruling government, thus bring criticism among citizens as to the role they play. Caribbeans adopted the American culture and spread it in their communities, and they also lived peacefully with Americans. The presence of military brought stability to democracy and the government but didn’t last for a long time, even today the unstable government and democracy still exist.

In Cuba, Americans enabled the repairs of buildings and proper development of the school systems. The railway in Cuba was built by the United States, and it improved the collection of taxes by improving the system. The military presence in Cuba stabilizes democracy and government for a short period, thus today stable democracy and government does not exist.

The goal of the United States was to free Puerto Rico from Spain and Portugal’s rule. Some Americans become citizens of the country. The United States appointed a governor in 1917 and passed a law that made it illegal to display the country’s flag in public. Later, the Puerto Ricans were allowed to select their governor, and the law about the flag lifting was lifted. In Puerto Rico, back in the 1940s, the Americans started a program to build industries.

The assassination of Haiti’s president led to political tension, thus making President Woodrow Wilson send military troops to calm the situation. Conflict in Haiti led to the signing of a treaty that gave the United States control over Haiti’s military and finances (Loyd, Mitchell-Eaton, and Mountz. 2016). Citizens in Haiti did not accept the American’s involvement and brought protests to the streets against the use of force and occupation. American aim is to stabilize the country’s economy and government. Haiti’s occupation by the military made democracy and government stable, but after a while, instability began and affects the country even today. The Americans managed to stabilize the country’s currency and build a good road network to make transportation easy and possible. Americans’ relations with Haiti have not improved, and many oppose has come.

Americans’ involvement in Haiti, Cuba, the Caribbean, and Puerto Rico has yielded many benefits to the country’s government and economy at large. The United States prevents a citizen of these countries from being exploited by other countries like Russia, who would have used them for their benefit. Education for children and people is available, thus steering the economy of the country forward. Americans established industries like sugar factories that brought employment opportunities to people. The building of roads makes it possible to transport raw materials from the farm to the factories. Roads enable citizens to move to places like markets located in towns to buy what they need. The peace that the military keeps brings a stable economy and an aversion to the deaths of innocent children and women in the country.


Loyd, J. M., Mitchell-Eaton, E., & Mountz, A. (2016). The militarization of islands and migration: Tracing human mobility through US bases in the Caribbean and the Pacific. Political Geography53, 65-75.
Washington, B. T. (2015). The Negro Problem. Krill Press via PublishDrive.



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